Alex123 wrote: Sam Vara wrote:
Perharps they dont understant kamma law, but kamma law is their job. That is called ignorance.
Possibly so. But the fact that it is ignorance seems to support my initial suggestion that kamma is a "problematically religious" component which eludes the modern scientific worldview. The "immanent frame" which informs scientific enquiry steers it away from such matters.
Kamma is what we believe in. You can't take it into a lab and measure it. Beyond events that occur we can't see kamma or its results. We just see physical, biological, chemical, social, psychological processes. There is no way we can be truly certain that misfortune that happened today was result of some bad kamma done Aeons ago. It is a belief not scientifically verifiable.
'Mesure' it self use kamma, because it's compare before and after, cause and effect, so by mesuring kamma they will use kamma
'Just physical... etc... process' - is kamma. The word 'process' is kamma; becuse 'process' is a chain of causes and effects
When i take a ball, when i drop him, when he flyes, and when he fall down - i can see kamma process
When i take water, when i put it on the fire, when it's makes hot, and when its evaporate - i can see reberth
That is consern 'we can't see kamma or it's results' - the taught is material, you can try and see by yourself, and The Buddha approuved that our taught is material in Dhammapada 1 and 2. And quantum physics law approuved it to. If you can't see, it's not means that nobody can't see, it's means that you dont beleave that you can see, or yu never try to see that.